Grange Resort Hervey Bay

33 Elizabeth Street, Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 33 Elizabeth Street, Hervey Bay, is near Fraser Explorer Tours, Hervey Bay Historical Village & Museum, and Black Forest Hill Cuckoo Clock Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Hervey Bay

    Dingo highway

    A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Aug 11, 2014

    68 photos

    ... and sleeping bags wahey!
    The next morning we take a walk through pile valley to see how the rainforest grows right out the sand due to special minerals which are only found on the island. We then go to Lake Mackenzie which is another beautiful fresh water lake with silica sand that is good for cleaning oneself. So I do my skin, face, teeth and hair! The rain comes and I stay in the lake whilst Terry keeps our stuff dry under a tree. I eventually have to get ...

    Checking out the Pacific Ocean

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 08, 2014

    ... The information proved to be correct, and we followed a firmly-packed, rocky track for some time as it meandered alongside Deepwater Creek before breaking out into farmland once outside the National Park boundaries. Initially we headed towards Bundaberg - where we would skirt the town, avoiding traffic lights and possible delays, following a bypass to Gin Gin where we rejoined the Bruce Highway. As Bundaberg approached, sugar cane became the crop ...

    Frasier Island

    A travel blog entry by kiladoug on Jun 22, 2014

    ... i will do my best to explain. FI is the largest sand island in the world and it houses a rainforest and is home to wild dingos. You can only travel in 4x4's due to only being sand, there is a"highway" on the island, made from sand obviously, and they have strict speed limits with police regularly checking on unsuspecting tourists. The speed limits are mainly due to the wildlife, so as to not disturb them and the ecosystem. There are approximately 50 houses, ...

    Amazing Fraser Island!

    A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Jun 03, 2014

    21 photos

    ... we got out of that one ourselves. Finally we found a new path off the beach and headed back down the coast. We were headed for Eli Creek and on the way we saw our first Dingo! YAY! At Eli Creek we swam down the crystal clear waters and drove back to camp before dark. An ahuge day with lots of fun! ...

    Hervey Bay Beaches

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... length of the town.

    It is hard to see why Hervey Bay ever developed as a tourist hub as its beaches are really not very nice. They are what's called 'tidal' beaches. This means when the tide is out there is about a kilometer of flat muddy sand before you hit the water. The water itself is very flat and calm. The two days we stayed here the weather remained miserable, so we never really tried it out. But it didn't look very inviting, so no great loss really. We spent the time ...